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COVID-19: Tulsa County sees 3 more deaths as 705 new cases reported in Oklahoma

COVID-19: Tulsa County sees 3 more deaths as 705 new cases reported in Oklahoma


The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 705 new COVID-19 cases Thursday and 11 deaths from the virus.

Tulsa County reported 101 of those new cases and three of the deaths, those of a woman age 50-64 and a man and a woman both 65 or older.

Rogers County saw the death of one woman 65 or older.

Caddo, Garfield, Haskell, Latimer, Lincoln and Oklahoma counties also reported deaths Thursday.

State hospitalizations stood at 567 patients on Thursday. Of those, 240 were in intensive care.

Oklahoma’s death toll is 638, with 46,103 total cases confirmed since March.

Tulsa County has reported 10,999 confirmed cases, 113 of them fatal, and 1,341 are still active.

Gov. Kevin Stitt confirmed Thursday that White House coronavirus adviser Dr. Deborah Birx will visit Tulsa from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday to meet with local and state leaders on the COVID-19 response.

Tulsa County Health Department health director Dr. Bruce Dart gives an update on COVID-19 on Aug. 4

Interactive graphic: See number of active COVID-19 cases by county

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